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some WEDDING marrages in New Zealand between 1884 - 1928

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some of the WEDDING marrages in New Zealand between 1884 - 1928:

- the children shown are the only ones found to date (may be more)

Charles Wedding (1871-1911)
- born in Mahurangi
- son of William Wedding & Sarah Locke
- married Mary Annie Wilson in 1901
- they had:
1902 Charles Herbert Wedding
1904 Reta Alice Rossiter (?) Wedding
1905 Ivan Harold Wedding

Charles Herbert Wedding (1903-1958)
- son of Charles WEDDING & Mary Annie WILSON
- married Margaret Lilian Jennings (1901-1986) in 1925

Charlotte Wedding (1869-1958)
- born in Mahurangi
- daughter of William Wedding & Sarah Locke
- married William Rosser (1861-1929) in 1890
- they had:
1894 Linda Isabell Rosser
1900 William Lawrence Rosser
1909 Norman Cecil Rosser

Elizabeth Wedding (1876-?)
- born in Mahurangi
- daughter of William Wedding & Sarah Locke
- married George Phillips in 1897
- they had:
1898 Albert Neville Phillips
1900 Claude Allen Phillips
1902 Stanley George Phillips
1907 Gilbert Howard Phillips

Henry Wedding (1863-1921)
- married Mary Jane Phillips (1870-1931) in 1900
- they had:
1901 Henry Wilfrid Wedding
1903 Edith Mary Wedding
1905 Alma Barbara Wedding

Henry Wilfred Wedding (1901-1940)
- son of Henry WEDDING & Mary Jane PHILLIPS
- married Zinnia Melva Edith Moore (1902-1989) in 1925

Joseph Wedding (1879-1959)
- born in Mahurangi
- son of William Wedding & Sarah Locke
- married Lily Mary Grimmer (1878-1950) in 1908

Mary Annie Wedding
- married Fred Jones in 1922

Sarah Wedding (1852-1912)
- married Andrew Rugg in 1884
- they had:
1886 Charlotte Elizabeth Rugg
- (married Alexander Thomson in 1908)

Sarah Wedding (1867-1952)
- born in Mahurangi
- daughter of William Wedding & Sarah Locke
- married Samuel Horby Phillips in 1891
- they had:
1892 Ernest Victor Phillips
1894 Betsy Jane Phillips
1897 Marion Hilda Phillips
1900 Ethel Mildred Phillips
1903 Sarah Esa Edna Phillips

Walter Turner Wedding (1878-1956)
- married Minnie Phillips in 1915

Walter Turner Wedding (1878-1956)
- son of William Wedding & Sarah Locke
- married Muriel Margaret Beresford (1879-1976) in 1928
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NOTES

William WEDDING was born in 1833 in Dunchurch, Warwickshire, England - he died in New Zealand in 1915 aged 82
- he married Sarah LOCKE in about 1860
- Sarah was born in 1838 in ? UK
- she died in New Zealand in 1910 aged 72
- they had 10 known children:
1861 Thomas Wedding (in Bilton, Warwickshire)
1864 Henry Shedden Wedding (in Mahurangi, New Zealand)
1865 William Wedding
1867 Sarah Wedding
1869 Charlotte Wedding
1871 Charles Wedding
1874 John Wedding
1875 Elizabeth Wedding
1878 Walter Turner Wedding
1879 Joseph Wedding

- Sarah WEDDING (1867-1952) married Samuel Horby PHILLIPS (1863-1911) in 1891 (Samuel was an early settler of Mahurangi)
... daughter of William Wedding & Sarah Locke
... son of ?

- Elizabeth WEDDING (1876-?) married George PHILLIPS in 1897
... daughter of William Wedding & Sarah Locke
... son of ?

- Henry WEDDING (1863-1921) married Mary Jane PHILLIPS (1871-1931) in 1900
... son of ?
... daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth Jane Phillips

- Walter Turner WEDDING (1878-1956) married Minnie PHILLIPS (1870-1927) in 1915
... son of William Wedding & Sarah Locke
... daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth Jane Phillips

In September 1903 a parcel of land, part of Allotment 93, Parish of Mahurangi, containing 67 acres, was brought under the Provisions of the Land Transfer Act of 1885. It belonged to Joseph & Samuel Horby Phillips and was occupied by Samuel Horby Phillips & Elizabeth Constance O'Callaghan

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on 2010-12-08 02:11:46

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